Hi Cartalk community! I am honored, as much as one can be, to share my car problems with other gearheads like you - not that such a quality is desirable (my attempt at self-deprecating humor).
Car: 1995 Corolla 1.8L automatic
Symptom: misfires around 3000-3500 RPM only when warm.
So before you read further or give a suggestion, I have replaced the following:
Spark plugs, wires, cap, and rotor
poured some quality fuel system cleaner into the gas tank
The car stutters when accelerating in any gear hard enough to reach the engine speed that the misfire occurs at. It doesn’t backfire, it just misses… I am confused since so many of the misfire issues I know about that are RPM specific are spark-related.
I have considered cleaning the injectors, but don’t want to go through the hassle to remove and have them cleaned unless I really have to.
Do you think my hunch on the injectors is correct?